When I was at Kingsford U last month I found a new favorite grilling tool. That I got hooked on. And fortunately when I got back, they sent me one to use at home. (Yeah, I know, my job sucks.)
The Grill Grate does more than make grilling easier, it makes it better. I know you’re calling shenanigans on that, especially if you dropped big bucks on your grill, but its unique design makes is the secret.
Unlike other drop-on-the-top grates that are made to use for vegetables, fish and other small or fragile foods, the Grill Grate is designed to catch the escaping juices, and have them sizzle below your food, not cause flare-ups that can dry out your meats. Holes allow the fat to drain out, and you don’t have to worry about marinades, sauces or rubs causing fires. (Plus it delivers those perfect grill marks you’re always looking for.)
Each 5 1/4 ” 13 3/4″ panel is made of aircraft grade aluminum, that is anodized to make it harder than stainless steel, easy to clean, and completely rustproof. and it’ll handle temps over 1000 degrees, so you can use it at campfires and other open flame sites.
The set comes with two interlocking panels to give you large grill coverage, and the GrateTool, that lets you slide underneath your food and lift it. No more scraping off the grates. My buddy and “Barbecue Whisperer,” Meathead from AmazingRibs.com, swears by them and won’t grill without them. And I never go against the grilling advice of a man named Meathead.